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Downtown Development Takes Off

Public money stimulates a burst of private investment

Friday Roundtable

The Rio Nuevo Audit and the state's continuing money woes are among the items on this week's Friday Roundtable

Deconstructing Election 2010

Political pollster Margaret Kenski looks at the 2010 election and the implications for the political year ahead

Fallout Post Prop 400 Prompts Problems

City council also nixes Greyhound relocation

Homeless In a Time of Bounty

In the midst of holiday plenty, Brian Flagg champions the poor

“Santa’s Workshop” Readies for Business

As Black Friday approaches, many charities and social service agencies are asking for donations to help the needy -- but one organization is a bit different.

Holiday Shopping Season Arrives--With a Vengeance

As retailers bump up Black Friday, Tucson businesses urge consumers to keep it local

Friday Roundtable

Cuts, Cuts and More Cuts!

Newsmaker: Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords

After winning re-election, the Congresswoman discusses her campaign, the lame duck Congress and the tasks ahead.

Journalists Roundtable

Local reporters give analysis of the week's events.

Shorter Work Week, Equal Work

Two years in, Bisbee Unified School District takes stock of its four-day school week.

Reporters Roundtable: Post Election Edition

Jim Nintzel of the Tucson Weekly, Linda Valdez of the Arizona Republic and Sarah Garrecht Gassen of the Arizona Daily Star talk about this week's election and look ahead to the 2011 Arizona Legislature.

Election Impact on Pima County

Pima County Supervisor Sharon Bronson talks about the impact of Tuesday's election in Pima County.

Now What?

Face-Off Commentators Bruce Ash and Paul Eckerstrom talk about the implications of Tuesday's election on the future of Arizona.

Plenty of Room at Red Rock Elementary

With the drastic decline in the real estate market, student enrollment numbers at the school are floundering.

State of the University

University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Shelton previews his State of the University address this week.

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